RLSCC Key Times


Junior race training 8.45am

Junior club 10:00am - 12:00pm
Race training 9:00am - Noon

Club morning 10am - Noon
(Peer paddling. Unless there's a trip on, in which case we might all be away and gone to more exciting river).

Race training 10am - Noon

Pool Session, St Nicholas Park. 6.20pm ( Except bank holidays and August)


Juniors - gym / running 5pm

Club Night 7pm

Monday - Thursday
Race Training 5.30pm

Beginner's Nights
First Tuesday of spring/summer months. See Events and Coaching sections


For more information please contact membership secretary.

Blog Posts


It is with great sadness to announce the passing of the clubs secretary from the 70's and my friend & Canoeing partner for many years David Olerenshaw. Sadly missed by his family & friends. Terry& Janet Nelmes. X

Posted by Terence Nelmes on February 11, 2016 at 11:29

DoggyPaddle 10th July 2016

Don't forget to keep the 10th July 2016 free, so you can help with the clubs annual DoggyPaddle event.

Posted by Brian Nicholson on January 27, 2016 at 17:34

What to take on a white water paddling trip

I thought I'd write out a quick guide on what to bring with you on an RLSCC white water kayaking trip if you're new to the whole thing. If you think I've missed anything let me know, and if you disagree with any parts of it feel free to try to…


Posted by Jonathan "PK" Pickett on January 9, 2016 at 1:00

Junior European Championships September 2015

Congratulations to Will on being selected by GB to race at the Championships in September.



Posted by Andrew Smithson on July 10, 2015 at 10:30 — 1 Comment




Royal Leamington Spa Canoe Club (RLSCC) is located on the banks of the River Leam, in Royal Leamington Spa, Warwickshire. Just off Adelaide Road (north side of river), Leamington Spa CV32 5AH View Google map


The club offer various activities including Slalom, Marathon Racing, Sprint Racing, Recreational Paddling both Whitewater and flat, Coaching, Pool Training Sessions and Junior Club.


New members are very welcome. If you have never paddled before, take a look at our Beginners section. If you would like to give the sport a try, day membership is available on club nights for £5. Alternatively, visit St. Nicholas swimming pool on a Sunday evening at 18:20 hours and learn the basics in warm water throughout the year, excluding August.


If you already paddle, the RLSCC has an active membership in most sections of the sport. Joining the club will give you access to changing rooms, lounge, gym, plus boat storage, use of club equipment, cheaper access to swimming pool and membership to our website.
As of 2012 the club has acheived Clubmark accreditation. This recognises the effort we have put in to making the club a welcoming and high quality environment for all paddlers. This doesn't mean we have finished - we have ongoing projects to improve the club, it's facilities, equipment and coaching further over the next few years.


Download a membership form and join the club


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Canoe Foundation

The principle functions of the Canoe Foundation are to raise money; inform and educate; and allocate funds, in line with the Charity’s mission statement: ‘positively changing lives through canoeing’


In the last eight years the Canoe Foundation has awarded in excess of £131,000 worth of grants to more than 146 projects, which have in turn benefitted over 24,000 individuals throughout the UK and overseas. 


As well as keeping up to date with all the latest news, the Canoe Foundation website enables you to find out more about the Charity, information about accessing grants, case studies from some of the projects we have funded in the past eight years, and details of how you can further support the Canoe Foundation.


Find out more about the Canoe Foundation.


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